A MULTI-AWARD-WINNING communications design and print company in Liverpool, CDP, raised more than PS4,000 for Jamie Carragher's 23 Foundation at a special charity night attended by over 280 at the Adelphi Hotel.
The special night was attended by LFC legends and supporters alike, and marks over a decade that CDP has been supporting local charities in memory of their Founder, Joe Scanlon, raising over PS100,000 so far.
Managing director of CDP, Paul Bracken, said: "At CDP, we care about the lives of local young people in our local communities.
"We support a different local charity every year and have raised over PS100,000 since we started.
"The event was a great success, thanks to Mark and Gemma, in the event team at the Adelphi, stepping in to help us!
"We're delighted to have raised over PS4,000 for such a good cause."
Attended by LFC legend John Barnes and fans from Denmark, Sweden, Norway, Thailand and Germany, the event was hosted by Peter Hooton and raised the funds for a charity close to the hearts of the CDP team.
The Foundation, set up in 2009, aims to make a difference to young people by offering to "help give local kids a chance", supporting sick, disabled and disadvantaged children and organisations that provide services for young people.
CDP have raised PS7,500 for the charity so far this year, and will be holding more events throughout the year.